Turn an Empty Wine Crate Into a Stemware Holder

stemware holder made from vintage wine crates

If you’re low on cabinet space but like to entertain, you might need somewhere to store stemware like wine glasses. When I faced this challenge in my small space, I came up with this solution—transforming a vintage wine crate into a crafty new stemware holder. It’s easy and costs as little as an inexpensive bottle of wine!

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Step 1

 Open Galleryillustration of wine crate and hammerStart by disassembling your wine crate. Do this by pulling it apart at the nailed or stapled edges with the back of a hammer.

Step 2

 Open Galleryillustration of measuring for stemware holderMeasure the depth of the cabinet where you wish to install this project.

Step 3

 Open Galleryillustration of cutting wine crateCut 4 pieces of your crate to this measured depth. Then, cut 4 pieces of the wood slat to this same measured depth. Four sets will create 3 sections for stemware.

Step 4

 Open Galleryillustration of drilling into wine crateCenter one wine crate piece on top of one wood piece. Drill a starter hole with your drill bit through both pieces about 2” in from each end.

Step 5

 Open Galleryillustration of screwing into wine crate to make stemware holderStart your screw through these holes, affixing the two pieces together. Only drill far enough to attach the pieces, don’t drill through to the other side. Repeat for the 3 remaining sets of wine create and wood pieces.

Step 6

 Open Galleryillustration of clamping stemware holder in placePlace the wooden set under your cabinet at one end. Keep in place with the C clamp.

Step 7

 Open Gallerydrilling stemware holder into cabinetDrill the two screws that you started into the cabinet.

Step 8

 Open Galleryillustration of wine crate stemware holder attached to underside of cabinetMeasure and leave a 1 3/8” gap between the next wood set. Clamp the next piece in place. Screw in place. Repeat for the two remaining wood sets, making sure to leave 1 3/8” between each set. Now you’re ready to pour yourself a glass of wine and let your handiwork shine!

Materials

  • Wooden wine crate
  • ½” x 1 ½” x 6’ wood slat
  • 1 ½“ long wood screws

 

Tools

  • Hammer
  • Measuring tape
  • Pencil
  • Hand saw or band saw
  • Power drill
  • 1/8” drill bit
  • Screwdriver drill bit
  • C clamp
About Tiffany Threadgould 

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I am a design junkie who gives scrap materials a second life and the head of design at TerraCycle, a company that collects and creates products from waste. My ...

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